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When a young Katerina Rothman decided to give up dancing the night away and start “adulting,” she knew that starting a business was her way out of living paycheck-to-paycheck.
I have worked in the hospitality industry in the United Kingdom for about 10 years. I have worked in various roles in hotels. Housekeeper, Night Porter, Conference Porter, Part-Time Accountant, Assistant Food & Beverage, Food & Beverage Manager, Operations Manager. Many roles, many progressions. Because the hospitality industry allows for progression. It is a flexible world. Then the pandemic came. To save the hotel costs I took a pay cut and a demotion. A decision I agreed with, a decision I understood. The pandemic came, I was demoted in theory, but in practice I was slightly more than a waiter, because this is what the hotel required. Because it was about economic survival. Because we had to save the jobs of those that were furloughed: the hotel had to keep going.
Anthony Davian says Digital Branding conveys a basic load on an organization's prosperity. It's what affects an incredible brand and a brand that goes unnoticed.
Engr. Ahmed Yusuf was born in 1962 in Pantisawa in the former Muri division. He started his primary education at Pantisawa Primary School and completed it at Muhammed Nya Primary School, Jalingo in 1975. He then proceeded to the then, Government Secondary School, Jalingo from 1975 to 1980 for his secondary education. Thereafter, he went to the Kaduna Polytechnic for his National Diploma from 1980 to 1983 and Higher National Diploma from 1986 to 1988 in Civil Engineering. He also attended a Strategic Leadership Training Programme at Templeton College, Oxford University, United Kingdom in May 2002 to sharpen his leadership skills.
Raneisha “Ms. Classy” Toombs comes from humble beginnings. The daughter of a Jamaican Immigrant and ex-sheriff. United States Air-force Veteran. Owner of the clothing line, “Just Southern Royalty” and the hair company, “Fairy-Tails Extensions.” Raneisha saw the need for credit guidance and built her own Credit Repair Company, “Classy Credit.” She has devoted her life to helping others achieve their life dreams through credit and financial literacy. She’s an Entrepreneur business owner, life coach, veteran, and philanthropist....all at the age of 29. On Sunday, November 22, 2020, this young business owner paid it forward by blessing multiple families by paying for their groceries for Thanksgiving in Atlanta, GA at the Cascade Kroger. Not to mention later that evening she teamed up with Food In The City Founder Jakeem Smith and they passed out 200 platters. The food was cooked by Kelli who is the owner of Nana’s Chicken and Waffle, and Chef Traval Alexander.
Lakshay Jain, The Youngest Entrepreneur, and Developer We often come across instances of teenagers doing dumb things and getting caught. But rarely do we hear of a teenager that makes us proud. And finding someone such as Lakshay Jain is as rare as a hen’s teeth. He is the quintessential teenager having an innovative mind with incredulous skills. He is just 16 years old and has already accomplished so much. People who are even twice his age are dumbfounded when they learn about his accomplishments.
Muhammad Tahir Lakhani, the founder of Dubai Trading Agency (DTA) UAE, is known as a reputed Tycoon of Shipping Recycling Industry gobally. He is british citizen since 2009 and even represented the UAE as the Vice Chairman of the UAE Shipping Association until 2019.
In my junior year of college when I first decided to start looking for work as a freelance editor, I got a lot of terrible advice and ended up in some marketplaces that weren’t a good fit. I stuck mainly to Fiverr, where after six months of accumulating five-star reviews, I finally felt confident enough to charge $0.005 per word to developmentally edit people’s manuscripts.
Welcome to Chevere Means Cool— a podcast where I get to talk to some of my favorite independent designers, brands, and creators and share their stories. Chevere Means Cool was born from my love for unique style and the relationship we have with clothes, but most importantly, it’s a way to celebrate and support people’s dreams.
Businesses these days have a number of options with which to tackle any problem thanks to the incredible technological advancements in recent years. Modern tech provides business with numerous advantages, so much so that it can be hard to pin down exactly how to capitalize on those advantages. Here’s what you need to know.
Now more than ever, businesses invest in digital solutions to better serve their markets and audiences. Since the Covid outbreak, digital entrepreneurs have gained popularity as they try to cover our needs, fast. They are here to challenge the current business models and provide cutting-edge solutions in order to make our life easier. The internet space is without a doubt becoming very competitive so what can we learn from someone who has made it?
So, back in 2006, I'm doing about 70 mph on my motorcycle -- while popping a wheelie, with my feet stuck out over the windshield -- when I make a mistake. Bam. One second, I’m doing a stunt for a movie on a Maryland interstate, making money for doing insanely entertaining tricks on one of my two wheels. The next second, I’m roadkill -- still breathing (fortunately) but splattered and sprawled on the highway, with no way to call for help.